JAKARTA (Reuters) – Flag carrier Garuda Indonesia will return nine leased Boeing 737 800NG aircraft ahead of schedule, as part of an agreement to end a bankruptcy lawsuit, the company’s chief
By Clara-Laeila Laudette and Corina Pons MADRID (Reuters) – Drawn by sun, sea and speedy Wi-Fi, remote workers are converging on Europe’s southernmost islands to try “workcationing” before employers
BERLIN (Reuters) – Faster growth in new orders and employment boosted Germany’s manufacturing sector in July, when an expansion gained pace after briefly losing momentum in May, a survey showed on
TOKYO (Reuters) – Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group Inc (MUFG), Japan’s largest lender by assets, on Monday reported that first-quarter net profit doubled year on year as credit-related costs dropped
LONDON (Reuters) – A look at the day ahead from Karin Strohecker. It’s a new week, a new month and time for a fresh start – but the problems niggling at markets this morning are still the same.
By David Milliken LONDON (Reuters) – The Bank of England could this week shed light on how – and when – it might throw its decade-long stimulus programme into reverse, even as it continues for now to
BENGALURU (Reuters) – Factory activity in India bounced back in July as demand surged both at home and abroad, prompting companies to create new jobs for the first time since the onset of the pandemic
(Reuters) – Goldman Sachs Group Inc is raising salaries for its junior employees in the investment bank division, Business Insider reported on Sunday.
By Cheryl Lu-Lien Tan NEW YORK (Reuters) – Before COVID-19, Thru Shivakumar, co-founder and CEO of Cohesion, was already working on apps to convert office buildings into smart spaces, powered by